Dimmit Central Appraisal District
About Dimmit County, Texas
Dimmit County was named after Philip Dimmitt, but the spelling differs because of an error in the bill creating the county. Philip is a major historical figure in the Texas Revolution of 1835. The county, with a population of around 10,000, resides in the southwest part of the State. It has a total area of 1,335 square miles and just 5.6 of these consist of water. Dimmit County is notable for the Eagle Ford oil field and environmental concerns regarding the use of water for the fracking technique.
Dimmit county has three cities, Asherton, Big Wells and the county seat, Carrizo Springs (where over half the population live and the oldest town in the county). Carrizo Springs was named by the Spanish for the grass that once grew around local springs, and local artesian wells are often used as the source for holy water.
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